We will not stay here again. Not many places to stay in Wimberley that are big rig friendly, but will go to Dripping Springs or Johnson City. We were given 2 different prices based on which owner is there (father or son). They are way over priced as there are no amenities or discounts given. The internet is very unpredictable and very slow. No cable TV and many of the sites that are available are extremely unlevel. Three to four levelers needed in some cases. 90% of the sites are permanent trailers.
Sites are long. Problem is the sites are not level, it took us 25 minutes to level our rig. It took 3 leveler blocks under each tire on one side. Have never had to do this before, even tried different site and found same thing. Park is quiet and located 10 miles outside of Lampasas in a country setting. The way the electric and water is setup, you may need an additional power cord. The electric pedestal is more located near front of site vs in the middle of site. If I tried and really needed a place I would stay here again.
I have never rated a park so poorly. We were told we would have a pull through. We had to pull out of the park, turn onto a side street then jump the curb to get into our site. There were lots of trees, so we were unable to use our satellite. Then there was a storage unit in our site so there was maybe an inch between our slide & the building. Lots of road noise. WI-FI was spotty. Lots of permanent trailers, which if put to the back would put overnighters in front which would be nicer. Owner was friendly. Fees were way too high for park condition. Would not stay here again. First time in area and was not made aware of riverwalk area which would have been nice.
Price does not reflect discounts. Beautiful park on top of the pass overlooking the valley. Nice cool breeze in the evening. W/D are 1.25 ea., dryers work great. Staff is very friendly, so are their dogs. Covenient location for Trinidad and day trips around Raton (volcano, state park, NRA Whittington Ctr and Wildlife Refuge) Would definitely stay here again.
First time here. Spaces are nice and long as well as wide and level. Owner used to RV and designed the park like they should be. Easy access. Very clean and maintained. Also serves continental breakfast for a $1.00. The office used to be a cotton gin and has been remodeled and it so cute. Owner and her assistant are both so sweet. When in the area I would definitely stay here again. Currently there are some electric line workers staying there but only a few months The owner does not allow indefinite long term stays.
This is both an RV repair shop and an RV park. The sites were big rig friendly, wide and level. Great access to everything. Easy in and out of park. Nothing special but quiet. There is a great Botanical Garden and kids area in Cheyenne. Actually, quite a few things to do in the area. Definitely would stay again.
Easy access. Great Park and staff was extremely friendly. When we arrived, he told us if we hurried we could catch the shuttle and that there was a great steak restaurant in town. We did just that and we walked back to the RV park. Would definitely stay here again.
Rate based on monthly. Owner definitely likes her flowers, this is the main plus of the park along with the closeness to GNP. (Only 8 miles.) The owner does give you the riot act upon arrival and makes it very clear if you are here a month you can't use her restrooms or have 50 amp. Satellite is difficult to due to the trees so many people move several times. Hot water heater is turned off at 10pm and the gates are closed. If you have a late evening you will have to open & close. Parking can be pretty tight. No outside mats allowed. I did my laundry in town as there are 2 washers/dryers and it was easier than scheduling. Wi-Fi is very sporadic: if you want dependable service she suggested you use your own as I offer this as a free service. Next time I think I will stay in Columbia Falls as it is only 5 miles away.
Great park with large sites. Lots of space between units. Facilities and office staff very friendly. Has a little store with lots of homemade goodies and snacks. Stopped here as an overnight on way to Glacier. Easy access in/out park. Great home base for fishing the Madison, looking around Ennis or Virginia City area. Would stay here again. I would stop in at Ennis Cafe as well for a pie of homemade pie.
This is a City Park. There are 50 amp and 30 amp sites. Water is also available at some sites. There also a dump station. There are also electric sites by the building. This is a very nice place to stay for overnight or a couple of days. Nice level spots. The city says it is free up to 4 nights and accepts donations. I would recommend paying as I appreciate cities that offer these amenities to travelers.
This is a city owned and ran park. This is a big parking lot so all sites are paved and back in. Our back window had a view of the park and Llano river. All utilities are located in back along the curb. Lots of sightseeing within walking distance of the park. There is a hike/bike trail along the river. For us this is better than a private owned park. We would definitely stay here in the future.
This is a city park along the river, there are no river views from your RV. There are about 6 sites with full hook-up.The sites are grass or gravel, not all sites have a picnic table, but there are plenty around. Lots of trees, squirrels, some ducks. We were unable to use our satellite since we were in a spot with big trees. That was alright as there is a a red box in town so we just caught up on movies. Thursday evenings is bingo night at the local VFW which is withing walking distance. Great place to stay for a couple of days, would definitely stay here in the future.
The rating of 6 is only because of the park being in Tucumcari. I would definitely recommend and stay here again. The sites are gravel, level, FHU, and great internet. The owners are very friendly and the park is kept very clean. If you pay cash with PA it would only be about $18.00. We will stay again next time we come through the area. The park is also within 3 blocks of Del's restaurant. If you exit 332, there is a RV friendly gas station on the left with diesel less than everyone else.
We have stayed here on two separate occasions. The owner and staff have always been very accommodating and friendly. This park has a menage of sites and trailers. Many of these sites are long term residents but are very friendly. Most spaces are large and roomy. The facilities are kept very clean with hours to accommodate their customers. (laundry, showers, workout room) This is a gated park which feels like a country setting. It is convenient to Austin, San Marcos, and Bastrop. We would definitely camp here again.
The staff is very friendly and just recently took over the park. Only one washer and dryer for all the units, so I passed on the laundry. We were told there was Wi-Fi but could not get online. I am an internet junkie so this was difficult as I knew this was my last chance for a while. It was a good place to stay overnight. We will give them a try when we are in the area again.
Rate is at monthly rate of $300.00 plus electric. Gated park. Nice long spaces, staff is friendly. Here to visit family so it was close to Austin. Park is keep clean, laundry room is nice only $1.25 to wash. Workout room is separate fee. Only negative is they have sticker burrs so don't walk in the grass. Also no picnic tables.
Let me start by saying this is a great park and beautiful view. Laundry is open from 8-4 only. Wi-Fi was intermittent at times. I have stayed several times but the tension between the workers was noticeable. Shortly after I got there 2 workers were let go and my space has not been mowed since. When I was on my cell phone trying to have an extremely private conversation where the management suggested I go one work-camper asked me what I thought I was doing. I also saw some with tents and then I overhead management telling some people they do not allow tents. It seems things are not consistent. I asked if there were spaces available for a friend to come stay for a while and was told they were full. I saw empty spaces. The inter-office friction made me feel very uncomfortable. There seem to be friction with the management based on conversations I overheard. I know this sounds trial to some but this is why I vacation and RV to get away from this type of behavior. I love this place but I think it is time for a change.
Great new park. Easy access off of highway. Very clean quiet park. Staff was very friendly they also escort you to your site. Sites are level and concrete. The park is close to airport but did not hear traffic noise. Gated access. Several discounts are offered. Would definitely stay at this park in the future.
This is a city-run RV park. Was very disappointed with this park. There is mainly long term trailers here that are well over 10 years old and their covered picnic areas look like storage units. Many look like these people were displaced. Camp host has 5 vehicles at their site. There is electric and water faucet is shared between 2 sites. Many people are dumping their gray onto the ground (hope this is just gray water). Not sure how this park received such high ratings. The site was 20.00 a night, which I thought was over priced. Would not recommend or stay at this park again.
This is a great park when visiting in the Lubbock area. Very clean and nice for walking in the evenings. Close to everything. Staff is very friendly. Showers and laundry are very clean. No discounts given on nightly rates, but would definitely stay here again.
This is a small park but it is very quiet and clean. Definitely no cell service, so we used skype. Great Wi-Fi. Laundry facilites were clean, there are only 2 washers (1.50) and dryers, but this is not a problem. Great home base for exploring the area. The owners are so nice and very helpful. The rate is based on weekly rate with the good Sam discount. Definitely would stay here again.
Very nice park. Staff is friendly and helpful. We planned to be here 2 nights, but we heard there was snow coming at our next stop and elected to leave a day earlier. The park was kind enough to refund the cost of the the additional night. We would definitely stay here again.
Nice park. Pop is great. Three nights with fourth night free. Unique park with toy trains. Paved sites with gravel between spaces. Located on the edge of town; laundry across street with easy access to everything. Very quiet park. Will definitely stay here again if in Farmington.
Great park and friendly staff. Cable/internet is great. Laundry facilities are great & cheap. Showers are very clean. Really enjoyed this park and close to everything. Local zoo is within walking distant as well as parks. Big rig friendly with pull thrus. Many spaces you have to park behind another unit, but they are very large and accommodates tow vehicles. Overall quiet except for occasional train. Would definitely stay here again.
Nice quiet and clean park located off of FM2325 only about 3 miles to downtown Wimberley. Concrete pad sites with nice picnic tables. Close proximity to Blanco, Dripping Springs and surrounding towns. Would definitely stay here again.
The sites in this park are individually owned and rented out by a management company. The sites are very nice concrete pads with private access to the beach at the end of the park. Not many activities here and when there are few people show. The management and park is more focused on its lot owners then the renters(pretty much treated like a second class citizen). You are lucky to get a smile out of the personnel. Coachnet provides internet at an additional fee. We were experiencing trouble with ours and told the office and since she was not dealing with the problem we were told to get on line and call them. I told the girl we could not look up the number without internet, could she provide the number and she was extremely put out. I have watched the personnel just tell potential space renters that there is probably nothing available without checking their records. Very poor customer service. I did mention this to one of the individual lot owners and he said they were aware. The 2 bathrooms are located inside the office so everyone coming in to use them is seen by the office, mailman, owners and renters. Whatever you do, do not have people come visit your site, my cousin came and was treated very rudely. He did not see the sign to check in and they went chasing after him. We stayed here in a 5th wheel and hope not to stay here again
this is a LCRA park in Burnet on Lake Buchanan. Beautiful view of the lake at some campsites. Facilities are very clean. Park Host on duty. It is 20.00 a night with a 5.00 user fee per adult. There are trails for bird viewing as well as wildlife. There are 2 fishing piers and one is great for watching the sunset and listening for wild ducks, cranes and other wildlife. Very relaxing environment. Would definitely stay here again.
Very disappointed. We went by the brochures we were sent and the website. This park is located one mile off of the main road to town. Did not see any shop or galleries to speak of. It is very dry there so every time a car pass by so did the dust. The sites are definitely big rig friendly. I expected the park to be out of town maybe with some farm animals. The wi-fi, was extremely slow. Next time we will state at Rockhound State Park. We stayed here in a fifth wheel and probably will not be back. I felt that the Rockhound State Park outside of Demin would be more appropriate.
Siesta RV Park is a very small park. The spaces are very tight and not much room for parking pull or tow vehicle. It is just a level dirt lot, not much shade. We only stayed here one night. Probably would not stay here again for the money. There is a Wal-Mart down the road and at least the pad site would be asphalt vs. dust. The staff was very friendly and accommodating.
Loved the park, staff was friendly. Great location, bus comes right outside park and will take you down to sites. Walking distance to many shops and restaurants. Laundry facilites are limited, but only a $1.00. Nice concrete pads. Would definitely stay here again.
We loved the park and all it's amenities. The staff who worked here were very accommodating to us, especially when we wanted to extend our stay from a week to unknown. Did I also mention we arrived a day earlier. The park was full with 2 big groups coming in, they found a spot that was 30 amp vs. 50 amp. which was a back in, but it was great. Fortunately for us a workkamper had just left. We would stay here in the future and I definitely would refer Alpen Rose to others. We moved twice in order to stay here. There is also a little fishing pond with trout. The location of the park was perfect for all our excursions.
Nice park seems a little pricey. Currently under new management and they are great. Friday is cookout night and their hamburgers 6.96 - 7.50) are some of the best I have ever had. You can purchase breakfast as well. Lots of little bunnies and birds.
First time here. All dirt pads, no shade. Pretty dusty when the wind blows through everyday at 3pm. Staff was cordial. Park should put down some gravel to help cut down on the dirt and dust. Fortunately told to shop in Alpine before coming to Terlinqua. This is naturally a pretty primitive area. No cells, no WiFi. Only a mile from Big Bend National Park. Plenty to go see and do in the area. Very convenient to Terlinqua, Big Bend and Lajitas. Would stay there again, since there is limited RV parks in the area.
This park has plenty of shade. Laundry is secured area, but expensive, there are only 6 washers for the whole park. When it rains, it is extremely muddy and water stands at your site. This bringing more bugs. You do get a free breakfast though. Gate card for you to come & go is $20.00 (refundable). Lots of workers but the park seems to need some daily TLC.